Crocs is changing the material contents of its Classic Clog

In a quest to halve its carbon footprint and achieve net zero emissions by 2030, Crocs has begun using a bio-based material that it has trademarked under the name Croslite. The brand’s idea is to change not the design but the composition of its signature product, the Classic Clog. This ...

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